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  • Performer: Danny Green
  • Album: Night Dog
  • FLAC: 1444 mb | MP3: 1967 mb
  • Released: 1978
  • Country: US
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Danny Green  - Night Dog album flac

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A1 Ask Her 3:12
A2 Blue Lady
Written By – David Beaver
A3 Stand With The Best 3:00
A4 A Good Time Don't Come For Free 3:58
A5 Final Showdown 3:00
B1 Dreamin' Again 3:15
B2 She Don't Want A Lover (She Just Needs A Friend)
Written-By – Don Nix
B3 Take Me To The Islands 3:26
B4 Slave Trader 3:52
B5 Three Angels
Written-By – Don Nix, Lonnie Mack


  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Blues Harp, Lead Guitar – Danny Green
  • Arranged By [Background Vocals] – William C. Brown III
  • Backing Band – The Malaco Rhythm Section (tracks: A1, A4, A5, B1 to B5)
  • Backing Vocals – Danny Green , Duncan Sisters, Ed Foresman, Joe Mulherin , Judy Rodman, Karen Taylor, William C. Brown III
  • Bass – Ed Foresman (tracks: A2, A3)
  • Drums – Walter Polk (tracks: A2, A3)
  • Piano – Dr. John (tracks: A3), Mac Rebennack (tracks: A3)
  • Written-By – Danny Green (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, B1, B3, B4)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AA-1085 Danny Green Night Dog ‎(LP, Album, Promo) ABC Records AA-1085 US 1978
8020-AA-1085 Danny Green Night Dog ‎(8-Trk, Album) ABC Records 8020-AA-1085 US 1978
ABCL 5259 Danny Green Night Dog ‎(LP, Album) ABC Records ABCL 5259 UK 1978

As a close friend of The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, Danny Hutton was present during the recordings of 'Pet Sounds', 'SMiLE' and other instalments of wilson's.

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Danny Green (4) ‎– Night Dog. Label: ABC Records ‎– 8020-AA-1085. Format: 8-Track Cartridge, Album, Stereo. Backing Vocals – Danny Green (4), Duncan Sisters, Ed Foresman, Joe Mulherin (3), Judy Rodman, Karen Taylor, William C. Brown III. Notes. 8-Track tape release.

Three Dog Night (also known as One) is the self-titled debut album by American rock band Three Dog Night. The album was originally released by Dunhill Records on October 16, 1968. The album is known for featuring the band's top 5 hit single, "One", although it was not on the original releases of the album. The album made the Top 20 on the albums charts in the United States and Canada. It has been reissued multiple times by Dunhill, MCA, and Geffen record labels.

Three Dog Night Naturally Vinyl 33RPM Record Album Dunhill SMAS 93422 Condition is Used. Three dog night suitable for framing 1969 vinyl lp dunhill records great album. Three Dog Night Joy to the World their Greatest Hits Vinyl LP Record Album. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Sleeve and record in excellent condition.

San Diego native Danny Green has garnered a reputation in the jazz community as an emerging artist whose music sounds simultaneously seasoned and fresh, showcasing a brilliant blend of jazz, Brazilian, Latin and classical elements. Green’s music engages listeners around the world with evocative melodies and infectious rhythms. In 2012, Green teamed up with Tapestry Records to release his latest album, A Thousand Ways Home. As on With You In Mind, Green's compositions incorporate Brazilian and Latin as well as jazz and classical influences.

Danny Green accidentally knocks off Tony Mundine's hat at a very tense weigh-in. The weigh-in for the Anthony Mundine-Danny Green fight was a day of simmering tensions, but it was one of the fighter's fathers who stole the show when he got too close for comfort.

A very, very interesting artifact. Danny Hutton, primarily known for his work a one of the three vocalists in the incredibly successful Three Dog Night, was indeed trying very hard to launch a solo career prior to that band. The boy was really trying anything, and the results were spotty. Roses And Rainbows" was the big (at least regional) hit here, and it's an outstanding performance of a slightly lightweight pop song

Three Dog Night was reborn with six of the original seven members. Only bassist Joe Schermie was absent, replaced by Mike Seifrit. That magic however, couldn't overcome constant problems caused by drug abuse. Since their 1981 reunion, Three Dog Night toured regularly. Their records continued to sell in great numbers and they received regular air play on radio stations around the world. The album was recorded in Los Angeles and in London, England at Abby Road Studios and includeed two new songs "Overground" and "Sault Ste. Marie". In October 2004, the band released "The 35th Anniversary Hits Collection Featuring The London Symphony Orchestra".